Corrections, Correctional Policy, Offender Rehabilitation, Criminological Theory
Travis joined the faculty of the Department of Criminal Justice at Temple University in Fall 2018. He received his B.S. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (2011) and his M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Arizona State University (2013). In 2018, Travis received his Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Arizona State University. His research interests include corrections and correctional policy with a specific emphasis on offender rehabilitation and programming.
Haverkate, Danielle L., Meyers, Travis J., Telep, Cody W., and Wright, Kevin A. (Forthcoming). On PAR with the yard: Participatory action research to advance knowledge in corrections. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research.
Meyers, Travis J., Infante, Arynn, A., and Wright, Kevin A. (2018). Treating the seriously mentally ill in prison: An evaluation of a contingency management program. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research.
Meyers, Travis J., Infante, Arynn, and Wright, Kevin A. (2018). Addressing serious violent misconduct in prison: Examining an alternative form of restrictive housing. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, (62)14, 4585-4608.
Meyers, Travis J., Wright, Kevin A., Young, Jacob T. N., and Tasca, Melinda. (2017). Social support from outside the walls: Examining the contextual nature of prison visitation. Journal of Criminal Justice, 52, 57-67.
Meyers, Travis J. (2017). Examining the network components of a Medicare fraud scheme: The Mirzoyan-Terdjanian Organization. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 68(1), 251-279.
Holtfreter, Kristy & Meyers, Travis J. (2015). Challenges for cybercrime theory, research, and policy. The Norwich Review of International and Transnational Crime, 1(1), 54-66.
CJ 2301: Introduction to Corrections
CJ 3401: White-Collar Crime